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< < A WORD WlrS YOU. THB >5^ BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST AND W BEST BOYS* R*F&F „ PAPER lw 1 Jri«_ Taesdag. R td- BIQ PWafcL < PRIZE SCHEMES. is THE VX BOYS* WORLD. Q CASSELL & COMPANY, LTD., LoMan and all Newsagents. NV f » N>v /# A New Serial Story by WILLIAM LE QUEUX, entitled "The Spider's Eye," commences in Cassell's Magazine For JUNE, Price 6d„ tdhich begins a New Volume. THE TIMES says The contents of 'Cassell's Magazine' are beyond expectation-beyond hope." Ois Sale at all Booksellers' and 1M Railway I Bookstalls, B 4 A fit, HOLlDA Y ALBUM will be Given Away with the JULY PART, Price 6d., of Little Folks [c!{ which f^r commences a NEW VOLUME. Amongst the other attractive features In the JULY PART are:- New Serial Story by Miss E. EVERETT GREEN. entitled "PERCY VERE." Illustrated by R. LILLIE. New Serial Story by A. L. HAYDON. en- titled A DESPERATE VENTURE." Illustrated by T. H. ROHINSON. CASSELL COMPANY, LIMITED, London; and aU Booktelitrt. 9*> Dtf tt TO HOLIDAY TRA VELLER. Each Weekly Number of Cassell's Saturday Journal price id., contains particulars of UNIQUE FREE INSURANCES. £ 1,000 at Death, 1250 for Disablement. For 1 Train, Tram, "Bus, Cab, 8 Motor Car, and Steam. I boat Accidents. | Also Free Insurance for Cyclists 1 in case of Death or Injury. I "The best and cheapest pennyworth of I popular literature ever produced. "-Times. I CASSELL & COMPANY, LTD., London; 8 and all Booksellers. I JUST AZ)T)EI) TO CASSELL'S SIXPENNY EDITIONS. I Burnaby's Ride to Khiva. I Under the White Cockade. 1 By HALLIWELL SUTCLIFFE. H By a Hair s-Breadth. 9 By HEADON HILL. H The Adventures of Harry Revel. fl i • QUILLER-COUCH. 1 The Rogue's March. I By E. W. HORNUNG. B .4., aN Booksellers' afUl tlu Boohstalls. liGOOD COALS! CHEAP COALS!! THE PHffiNIX COAL COMPANY. LTD., WILL OPEN A DEP6T AT USK RAILWAY STATION, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1905, FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF HOUSE AND STEAM COAL AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. W Best Forest House Coal a Speciality. jai Large or small quantities delivered into your Cellars. Truck Loads at Colliery Prices. Local Agent: Mr. JAMES KNIGHT, Senr. HEAD OFFICE: ROSS. DEPOTS: ROSS, KERNE BRIDGE, MONMOUTH, AND USK. v 1 JOHN H. RENNIE Member of the Auctioneers Institute by Exam- ination.) AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL AUC- TIONEER, TENANT RIGHT & TIMBER VALUER, SURVEYOR, LAND AGENT, HOTEL AND INSURANCE BROKER Neivport. Usk, Sf Chepstow Districts. Sales of Fat and Store Stock in NEWPORT, USE, and CHEPSTOW CATTLE MARKETS on Market Days. Horses n NEWPORT MARKET monthly. Furniture and Chattel Effects, SALEROOM periodically. Chief Offices and Saleroom:- :6: and 12, SKINNER STREET, NEWPORT.1 Nat. Telephone, 0625. Telegrams, Rennief Auction Fixtures. 1905. Aug. 30—Fat and Store Stock, Newport Cattle Market. Sept. 4—Fat! and Store Stock, Usk Cattle Market. 6-Fat and StoreJjStook, Chepatow Cattle Market. 6-Fat and Store Stock, Newport Cattle Market. 8—Household Furniture and Effects, at Salerooms, 12, Skinner Street (re- moved for convenience of Sale). 11—Important Unreserved Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Produce, and Effects, at Maesmawr Farm, Glas- coed, for Mr and Mrs Thomas (who are leaving). 12-Important Clear-out Sale of Prize-bred and High-class Poultry, at Llangibby Castle, Mon., the property of Dr Ruthetfoord Harris, M.P. (who is givi!!g up Poultry breeding). 13—Fat and Store Stock, Newport Cattle Market. 13-Stock Ewes, Newport Cattle Market. 13—Freehold and Leasehold Properties, in Maindee and Lliswerry, Newport. 18—Fat and Store Stock, Usk Cattle Market. 19-Fat and Store Stock, Chepstow Cattle Market. 20-Fat and Store Stock, Newport Cattle Market. 20-Stock Ewes, Newport Cattle Market. 21-Shire-Bred Colts, Cart and Nag Horses, at Caerleon Fair. 27-Fat and Store Stock, Newport Cattle Market. 27-Important Sale of Freehold Pasture Lands, Cottage and Garden, situate at Redwick and Bishton, belonging to the Estate of the late Mr Hy. Gale. Particulars and Catalogues to be obtained from the AUCTIONEER, 6, Skinner Street Newport. — Llangibby Castle, Within 3 miles of the Market Town of USK, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Important Unreserved Dispersal Sale of the whole of the Prize-winning and f'Highly-bred Poultry; Also 16 Sectional Fowl Houses Of various sizes, WIRE RUNS, NETTING, TIMBER, APPLIANCES, and SUNDRIES, the SProperty of Dr. F, Rutherfoord Harris, M.P., Who is giving up Poultry Keeping, and which JOHN H. RENNIE has been favoured with instructions to conduct, as above, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, 1905, At 1.30 p.m. Details in Catalogues, obtainable 7 days prior to Sale, from Mr. S. COOK, Head Poultryman at the Castle, or the AUCTIONEER, Newport and Usk. VISIT OF Field Marshal Earl Roberts, F.C., to Ibergavenny, WEDNESDAY, 30th AUGUST, 1905 Grand Military Tournament in Bailey Park. Distribution of Prizes by Lord Roberts. 1 Admission, One Shilling. Tickets Half-price before 28th August. Grand Display of Fireworks at Castle Admission 6d. tgg* Special Cheap Trains. Z. WHEATLEY. Q W. LLEWELLIN, )Hon* Secs- Raglan Farmers' Club. THE COMMITTEE of the above Society offer a PRIZE of FOUR POUNDS for the Site selected by them for their Annual Ploughing Match. Offers to be forwarded in writing to the Secretary, MR. C. J. SAUNDERS, Raglan, on or before FBXDAY, SBFTBMJBBR 1ST. By Messrs. MARFELL & POOLE. Usk and Llandenny, Monmouth- shire. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE, WHICH MESSRS MARFELL & POOLE have been t' t instructed to OFFER BY AUCTION, at the THREE SALMON'S HOTEL, USK, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH, 1905, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to the Common Form Conditions of the Monmouthshire Incorporated Law Society), and to such Special Conditions of Sale as shall then be produced, LOT 1.—All that desirable FREEHOLD DWEL- LING HOUSE, with Garden at rear, known as "Portland House," situate in BRIDGE STREET, USK, and having a frontage thereto of 44 feet, or thereabouts, now in the occupation of MR. R. A. ROGERS. Early possession can be had of this Lot. LOT 2.—All that Freehold Cottage and Garden, with Outhouse and Pigstye, situate at the KING- COED, LLANDENNY, in the occupation of MRS BLAKE, at a rental of jE5 4s. per annum. There is an excellent spring of water on the premises. For further particulars as to Lot 1 apply to MESSRS. GUSTARD & WADDINGTON, Solicitors, Usk; as to Lot 2, MESSRS. WATKINS & CO., Solicitors, Pontypool: or to the AUCTIONEERS, Usk. r- Usk Flower Show. THE PRIZES in connection with the above will be paid at the MISSION ROOM, on MONDAY NEXT, the 28th inst., at 8 p.m. sharp. All those who have any claim against the Society are re- quested to send particulars of the same to the undersigned forthwith. THOS. JONES, 24th August, 1905. Secretary. Usk Higher Grade School (endowed). FORMERLY USK GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Scholarship Examinations. AN EXAMINATION will be held at the above School on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND, for the purpose of awarding one Scholarship for a boy or girl. The Examination will be based on Standard V. work of the Elementary Education code, and tests will be given in the following subjects Arithmetic, Reading, Writing, Composi- tion, Geography, and History. Alternative ques- tions will be set in Geography on each of the Continents, and in History alternative questions will be set on each of the periods. The Scholarship entitles the holder to free tuition, books and stationery for one year, and may be renewed if satisfactory. The next term will commence on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 1905. Candidates for admission must have reached a standard of attainment equivalent to that of Standard IV. of an Elementary School. An Ex- amination for admission will be held the same time as above. Boys' Department.—Subjects: English, including Reading, Writing, Spelling, Composition, Grammar, and Literature Mathematics Arith- metic, Algebra, Euclid, and Mensuration; Lan- guages Latin and French; Geography, History, Science, Drawing, and Physical Training. The School has splendidly equipped Manual Training .Rooms for the teaching of Woodwork, the latest Educational Development. Girls' Department.—Subjects: English, including Reading, Writing, Spelling, Recitation, English Author, Composition, and Grammar, Arithmetic, Geography, History, Plain and Fancy Needlework, Domestic Economy, Drawing, and Physical Training. Fees (16 weeks at 9d. per week) 12s. per term. All books and stationery free. Pupils prepared for the Oxford Local Examina- tions. For further particulars apply to the HEAD MASTER, MR. A. J. SMART; or to me, the undersigned, A. H. WATKINS, Ty Newydd, Usk. Clerk. THE WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ACT. Usk Higher Grade School. THE SCHOLARSHIP MANAGERS announce that they are able to offer TWO BUR- SARIES to children attending, or who wish to attend, the Usk Higher Grade School. Each Bursary will be a money payment granted at the discretion of the Scholarship Managers, and it is hoped it will enable a parent, otherwise unable, to keep his child at school for a longer period. It will be awarded on application to the Scholar- ship Managers, such application to be made on a form supplied by the undersigned on or before the 2ND day of SEPTEMBER. A. H. WATKINS, Clerk to the Scholarship Managers. 23rd August, 1905. "m "21

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